Verena initially trained as a dressmaker and a stage designer for film and theatre. As an interdisciplinary artist and a designer, she has always had a strong interest in the study of stillness, movement and perception. This initial professional career has inspired her to train as an osteopath and craniosacral therapist, and shapes and informs her therapeutic practice.
Verena keeps searching for ways to encourage body awareness, improved functional movement and healthier working and living practices. She enjoys working with people of all ages and backgrounds.
Giulia's journey of Osteopathic discovery started at a young age, when she received treatment herself. From the start she was fascinated by how the body functions and it's ability to adapt and respond to different challenges.
Following her curiosity in understanding more about how the body works and heals, Giulia graduated from the International College of Osteopathic Medicine in Turin received her Masters Degree in Osteopathy at the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine.
While studying at the International College of Osteopathic Medicine, Giulia trained in structural osteopathy, cranio-sacral and visceral osteopathy. This has given her a wide range of approaches, so she can tailor her treatments to the specific needs of her patients.
Giulia is passionate about understanding somebody's life, and works to help them improve their health and wellbeing. She believe that communication is key to be able to deeply understand the problem, and to put in place the very best treatment plan to get her patients back to their best form.
Since graduating Giulia has gained experience in treating mothers and babies, and she has done many extra courses to help her give the best possible care to the younger patients.
She is a family practitioner that enjoys working with patients of all age groups, from baby to grandparents.
During her free time Giulia enjoys reading a good book, going out for long walks, and she likes to challenge herself doing bouldering.